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February 8, 2021 5 African Americans Who Made History

Every year in February, the United States celebrates Black History Month. It’s a chance for us to acknowledge the many contributions African Americans have made…

February 3, 2021 Black History is Our American History

When a country reflects on its history, it is typically taught through the perspective of the dominant demographic. Think about that for a…

January 27, 2021 Rituals of Renewal: Bringing Rhythm to Your Classroom

The days, finally, are getting longer. The sun sets a little later and rises a bit earlier, and each day reaches a little…

January 25, 2021 Increasing Student Effort and Motivation while E-Learning

Although I’m out of the classroom this year on leave, I’ve gotten the opportunity to observe my niece (age 13) and nephew (16)…

January 22, 2021 Hills and Valleys: On Teaching Optimism

This past Wednesday, Amanda Gorman became the youngest person to deliver a poem at a U.S. presidential inauguration. The 22–year-old poet recited "

January 20, 2021 STEAM Pioneers Your Students Should Know!

Recently, someone asked me who I believed were the most important pioneers in the fields of STEAM. It’s a pretty harmless question, but this person…

January 18, 2021 The Best Day Ever: Integrating Outdoors into Your Lessons

Today was the best day ever.  As an educator, or human being for that matter, doesn’t that statement just make your steps a…

January 15, 2021 Encouraging Student Interests

The other day, as I was sitting down to write my next blog post, I found myself remembering one of my old teachers. Mrs. Terry…